Johnson & Johnson expands workforce in Limerick

The Irish city of Limerick is to benefit to the tune of more than 100 manufacturing jobs.

The Irish Independent reports the multinational medical devices, pharmaceutical and consumer packaged goods manufacturing company Johnson & Johnson is creating the roles as part of a €100m (£86.4m) expansion at its manufacturing site at the company’s Vision Care facility in the National Technology Park, Plassey.

The project is being supported by Irish development agency IDA Ireland.

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